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1. 07-09 Argentina singer Cabral shot dead
C. 07-09 Panetta: We have al Qaeda 'on the run' Afghanistan
D. 07-09 Berlusconi firm in damages order Milan
4. 07-09 At least 100 killed from ethnic violence Karachi
5. 07-09 Gunmen kill 20 at Mexican nightclub Monterrey, North Mexico
G. 07-09 Plane crash in Congo kills at least 90 Kisangani, Congo
07-09 South Sudan raises national flag Juba, Southern Sudan
I. 07-09 NoW goes to presses for last time London
J. 07-09 Japan stuns Germany, advanced to semi WOLFSBURG, Germany

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Jul.9   Guatemala   Argentina singer Cabral shot dead Map of Guatemala City Guatemala  One of Latin America's most famous folk singers, Facundo Cabral, 74, has been shot dead in the capital of Guatemala

  Afghanistan     Panetta: We have al Qaeda 'on the run'  Newly appointed Defense Secretary Leon Panetta declared that the United States 'is within reach of strategically defeating al Qaeda'

  Milan     Berlusconi firm in damages order  An court has ordered Fininvest to pay 560m euros in damages to a rival media group, CIR, over bribery allegations

  Karachi   At least 100 killed from ethnic violence  Security forces in Pakistan have taken control of parts of its largest city, where at least 100 people have been shot dead this week

  North Mexico Gunmen kill 20 at Mexican nightclub  The attack was sparked by a dispute between organized crime groups for control of the El Sabino Gordo nightclub

  Congo Plane crash in Congo kills at least 90  A passenger Boeing 727 crashed at the Kisangani airport in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo

  Southern Sudan   South Sudan raises national flag
Map of Juba Southern Sudan
  Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have watched the raising of the new country's flag at an independence ceremony in the capital
 Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon are among dignitaries attending celebrations in the capital


Day News


  London   NoW goes to presses for last time
  The last edition of the News of the World is being published, its front page declaring: 'Thank you & goodbye'


  Germany Japan stuns Germany, advanced to semi  Japan knocked two-time defending champion out of the Women's World Cup with a 1-0 win when Maruyama scored in extra time

  New York Derek Jeter reaches 3,000-hit milestone  Jeter became the first Yankee player to ever hit 3,000 hits in his career, and the 28th in baseball history to do so

  Southern Sudan World leaders welcome new nation  Leaders across the globe have been sending their congratulations to South Sudan on the day it became the world's newest nation

  Somalia UN calls for aid inside Somalia  The head of the UN refugee agency, Antonio Guterres, says he wants aid agencies to go into Somalia to help drought victims

Evening News


  Northern Japan     Japan quake sparks tsunami alert Map of Iwate Japan  A strong 7.1 earthquake has jolted north-east Japan, the same area that was devastated four months ago

  Australia Australia to tax carbon polluters  The Australian government has unveiled plans to impose a tax on carbon emissions for the worst polluters at A$23 per ton

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